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Lady Amelia Windsor steps out in a VERY colourful tie-dye dress

Lady Amelia Windsor showcased her fashion prowess in a very colourful tie-dye dress when stepping out in Notting Hill yesterday.

The royal, 24, who is 39th in line to the British throne, appears to have returned to her London home after spending lockdown at her parents’ Cambridge property.

Looking ready for summer, Lady Amelia paired her eye-catching, thin strap frock with an oversized straw beach bag.

Lady Amelia Windsor showcased her fashion prowess in a very colourful tie-dye dress (pictured) when stepping out in Notting Hill yesterday

The royal (pictured), 24, who is 39th in line to the British throne, appears to have returned to her London home after spending lockdown at her parents' Cambridge property

The royal (pictured), 24, who is 39th in line to the British throne, appears to have returned to her London home after spending lockdown at her parents’ Cambridge property

She completed her trendy ensemble with a pair of brown ankle boots, which left her toned legs on show.

Adding a little glitz to her low-key outfit, Lady Amelia donned a gold chain as well as a matching necklace, featuring different coloured stones.

The royal also opted for two bracelets of beaded crystals, while her other wrist sported a dark blue scrunchy.

Looking ready for summer, Lady Amelia paired her eye-catching, thin strap frock with an oversized straw beach bag

She completed her trendy ensemble with a pair of brown ankle boots, which left her toned legs on show

Looking ready for summer, Lady Amelia (above) paired her eye-catching, thin strap frock with an oversized straw beach bag

Adding a little glitz to her low-key outfit, Lady Amelia (pictured) donned a gold chain as well as a matching necklace, featuring different coloured stones

Adding a little glitz to her low-key outfit, Lady Amelia (pictured) donned a gold chain as well as a matching necklace, featuring different coloured stones

The royal (above) also opted for two bracelets of beaded crystals, while her other wrist sported a dark blue scrunchy

The royal walks around Notting Hill after returning to London

The royal (above) also opted for two bracelets of beaded crystals, while her other wrist sported a dark blue scrunchy

Holding both a reusable coffee cup and her phone in one hand, Lady Amelia complemented her casual attire with a low-fuss hairdo, opting to leave her blonde locks down.

The royal, who graduated with a degree in Italian and French from the University of Edinburgh last year, is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent.

She is regularly snapped out and about in her local neighbourhood of Notting Hill, where she enjoys a vast-array of hobbies including pottery and ballet classes. 

Holding both a reusable coffee cup and her phone in one hand, Lady Amelia (pictured) complemented her casual attire with a low-fuss hairdo

Holding both a reusable coffee cup and her phone in one hand, Lady Amelia (pictured) complemented her casual attire with a low-fuss hairdo

The royal, who graduated with a degree in Italian and French from the University of Edinburgh last year, is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent

She is regularly snapped out and about in her local neighbourhood of Notting Hill, where she enjoys a vast-array of hobbies including pottery and ballet classes

The royal (pictured), who graduated with a degree in Italian and French from the University of Edinburgh last year, is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent

Lady Amelia has a blossoming following of 83,700 followers on Instagram, where she regularly posts snaps from glamorous fashion events, as well as her adventures exploring trendy parts of the capital. 

Despite backlash over Londoners escaping to visit their second homes at the start of the UK’s coronavirus-related lockdown, Lady Amelia fled to her parents’ home in Cambridge in late March.

She shared a snap of the city dated 23 March, a week after the government advised against all non-essential travel and fears mounted that capital dwellers could be spreading the disease across the country.

Despite backlash over Londoners escaping to visit their second homes at the start of the UK's coronavirus-related lockdown, Lady Amelia fled to her parents' home in Cambridge in late March. Pictured: A snap of the area, shared by the royal to her Instagram in April

Despite backlash over Londoners escaping to visit their second homes at the start of the UK’s coronavirus-related lockdown, Lady Amelia fled to her parents’ home in Cambridge in late March. Pictured: A snap of the area, shared by the royal to her Instagram in April 

Lady Amelia also revealed in April, that she invested in a multi-coloured tie dye face mask (above) while in lockdown, and encouraged her fans to 'support small businesses' during the pandemic

Lady Amelia also revealed in April, that she invested in a multi-coloured tie dye face mask (above) while in lockdown, and encouraged her fans to ‘support small businesses’ during the pandemic 

Lady Amelia also revealed in April, that she invested in a multi-coloured tie dye face mask while in lockdown, and encouraged her fans to ‘support small businesses’ during the pandemic.    

Posting on her Instagram stories, she wrote that it was an ‘opportunity to support small businesses who are also donating to key workers.’

She went on to tag the brand Florence Bridge in her post, writing: ‘Beautiful face masks, with 50 per cent going to @fuelourfrontline.’  

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